In this candid memoir, a double-amputee Vietnam veteran shares his story for the first time, processing the lifelong impact of combat. Edward B. Adams illustrates how war continues to damage lives decades after the bullets stop. And as he reveals his truths to readers, he discovers something for himself: that war is hell but that life and liberty are always worth fighting for.
Opiate Jane is a moving portrait of a girl who simply wants to know that she means more to the people she loves than their addictions do. With her mother and boyfriend battling drugs, Jane feels lost, alone, and unable to trust anyone.
This bright, uplifting book encourages inclusion and open-mindedness among children and adults alike.
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